Police should never have employed Wayne Couzens, report finds. But they did, along with how many more?

Endangered by the police: This Site published the infographic above in 2021. We have seen no material changes in the police since then.

Does everybody feel better or worse, now we have a report showing that Wayne Couzens – the rapist and murderer of Sarah Everard, should never have been allowed to be a police officer?

The report shows multiple failures to identify Couzens’s danger to women and unsuitability to be a member of the police, saying they were missed by three forces.

Missed? Or ignored?

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Sarah Everard’s family have said she was kidnapped and murdered by Wayne Couzens because he was armed with police powers he should never have had, after an official report revealed new and damning failures by police who missed his prolific sexual offending dating back almost 20 years.

The failures laid out in the report by Lady Elish Angiolini are worse than previously thought, and she concludes Couzens should never have been a police officer. She highlighted a series of chances to spot his danger to women and his unsuitability to be an officer that were missed by repeated bungling in three forces.

He was a Metropolitan police officer and entrusted with a gun as part of the parliamentary and diplomatic protection command.

Some of the allegations the inquiry highlights were not reported to police before Couzens went hunting for a woman on London’s streets in March 2021, but in all, eight allegations were passed to officers, with next to nothing done.

This Writer does not for one moment believe that the contents of the Angiolini report will do anything to deter police forces like the Met from employing serial rapists, murderers and/or other offenders; they simply don’t care and never have.

My advice to women is: never be alone with any police officer, under any circumstances. Always have somebody there to witness what they say and do to you. If they stop you alone on the street, go to the nearest house and seek help from there.

Yes – I’m making the police seem as bad as the criminals from whom they are supposed to protect us.

That’s because – from a wealth of evidence over the past years and with apologies to the many who do try to uphold the law – we have to believe that they are.

Source: Police should never have employed Wayne Couzens, report finds | Police | The Guardian

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